Walk the streets of Midtown and downtown in those red sneakers or pumps to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northern California, an organization that aims to provide confidence-building experiences benefiting the lives of children with special needs. The fourth annual Red Shoe Crawl begins Sunday, June 23 with registration starting at 1 p.m. at The Citizen Hotel (926 J Street). All funds from the event help the Sacramento Ronald McDonald House and Camp Ronald McDonald at Eagle Lake. All participants will receive event information and begin the crawl by sampling tasty eats from dozens of restaurants, including Bombay Bar and Grill, Three Fires Lounge, and even food trucks such as Drewski’s and Mama Kim’s To-Go. All eateries involved will serve up a variety of bites from farm-to-table options, Mexican cuisine and even sandwiches. Come ready to eat and be sure to visit at least five participating restaurants from the three different zones set up throughout town to qualify to win a pair of tickets anywhere with Southwest Airlines. Complimentary shuttle services will also be located between The Citizen Hotel and Pieces Pizza. After bellies are full, head on over to the after party at Mulvaney’s B & L (1215 19th Street) where live music provided by Emperors Jazz Combo in the Great Room and guitarist Mac Russ entertaining patrons in the Courtyard keep the good times rollin’. Visit Rmhcnc.org for more information and to purchase tickets ranging from $60 in advance and $75 the day of.